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The best non alcoholic prosecco we’ve bought & sipped – enjoy the bubbles without the booze

Published by Finn Hayden

Prosecco has very quickly gone from being an obscure Italian alcoholic drink that nobody had heard of to one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the UK, and we're not surprised at all by that. It's a sweeter, cheaper version of champagne, but still has a classiness, which makes it perfect for all kinds of special occasions.

If you want to enjoy the taste of prosecco without the alcohol then you've actually got quite a few excellent choices to choose from. We thought we'd round up the best non alcoholic prosecco you can buy in the UK, based on our experiences and on third-party reviews. Let's get into it:

Fizzero

We bought a couple of bottles of Fizzero from our local M&S, and we were very impressed with the product. Made using a centuries-old technique which involves fermenting grape juice without creating alcohol as a by-product, this non alcoholic prosecco is quite unique as it hasn't had the alcohol removed, but is actually made without alcohol. The team at Fizzero make their prosecco this way because they believe a properly fermented wine always has a better and fuller flavour. The Fizzero team tested over 300 different recipes before settling on what you'll find in the bottle, and we think that attention to detail really comes through in the taste and quality of this product. Learn more and buy it here - ocado.com
Fizzero

Freixenet 0.0%

Freixenet is a brand which makes a very popular and delicious prosecco and has recently added an excellent 0% alcohol prosecco to the range. The team at Freixenet worked hard to create a non alcoholic prosecco which they felt could rival their normal range in terms of flavour and bubbles, and we definitely feel like they've been successful in that regard. It has tropical and citrus notes, with medium size bubbles. The team at Freixenet recommends pairing this drink with salads and desserts. Learn more and buy it here - tesco.com
Freixenet 0.0%

Belle & Co

We had to try this non alcoholic sparkling wine from Belle & Co because it's one of the best-selling products in the sparkling wine category on Amazon, and it's also got an amazing rating of 4.5/5 from more than 2500 reviews on Amazon. We were definitely impressed with it - made using green tea, this drink has a sweetness but definitely isn't too sweet, and still has the crispness that you'd get from alcoholic prosecco. At less than £4 per 75cl bottle, it's really cheap but still feels like a premium product. Learn more and buy it here - amazon.co.uk
Belle & Co

Benjamin Truffer Sparkling Moscato

It was quite hard to find this product, but if you can get your hands on it then we highly recommend you buy some. Made from the Muscat grape, it's sweet but also has a dryness and really tasted like a proper alcoholic prosecco, despite being non-alcoholic. It also had plenty of bubbles and stayed fizzy long after it was poured. Learn more and buy it here - marksandspencer.com
Benjamin Truffer Sparkling Moscato

Nozeco

Aside from having a great name (we love the pun), Nozeco is a great non alcoholic prosecco which tastes like the real thing. Made using alcohol-removed wine, it's sweet but not overly sweet and actually tastes quite sophisticated. It also has a natural grape profile and is bubbly too. You can buy a standard Nozeco, but we actually like the Rosé version even better which has a subtle strawberry taste. Learn more and buy it here - sainsburys.co.uk
Nozeco

We hope this guide helps you to find an excellent non alcoholic prosecco to pop open at your next celebration. Let us know if you've tried any of these or if you have any other recommendations for us to try! If you want similar recommendations, we have a guide about the best non alcoholic gin we've tried.

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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